Due to the high percentage of vaccinations being used in the blood supply, Montana officials are considering making it illegal for people to give blood.
There is a scientific reason for it.
Individuals who are vaccinated have spike proteins in their bodies.
When you give blood, you're likely to get a spike protein from a vaccine. This is because the mRNA used in the vaccine has a significant amount of protein.
A representative of the nation's largest blood bank organization noted that up to 80% of the blood supply comes from donors who are vaccinated.
In Montana, a bill would prevent people who have received the vaccine from donating blood. It would make it a misdemeanor to accept or donate blood from people who are vaccinated.
Long-covid donors are at risk.
The bill would also prevent people with Long-Covid-19 from donating blood. This condition is a type of post-acute respiratory illness that's caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It's active and has been circulating for years.
A study revealed that persistent flare-ups of SARS-CoV-2 in the blood of individuals with long-COVID were linked to the condition. Other investigations also suggest that post-viral persistence can cause severe handicap symptoms.
A study shows that the antibody response and T cell responses were revealed by a combination of methods.
Studies on the inflammation and immune dysfunction in Long-COVID are featured in this article.
The Safe Blood Blood bank accepts donations and provides a safe environment for donors.
In the previous articles, we talked about the importance of safe blood. A blood bank known as Safe Blood can assist you. You can find more information about this at their website.
A proposed Montana Bill would:
– BAN individuals who received the COVID vaccine from donating blood & make it a misdemeanor with a $500 fine to donate or accept blood from vaccinated donors.
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